The essence of anti-theft is to prevent mnemonics and private keys from being leaked or stolen by hackers, so you must be more careful when storing mnemonics and private keys. Once a third party steals the mnemonic (private key), your assets would face a considerable threat. It is recommended to back it up physically: copy it on paper and keep it properly.
When transcribing, please pay attention to the order of the mnemonic (private key) and whether it can be stored for a long time. Remember to avoid having problems such as unclear handwriting. In addition, do not use mobile phone screenshots, photos, WeChat, QQ, email, mobile phone memos, etc., to store mnemonics or plaintext private keys.
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